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Virgin Mobile Abandons Unlimited D PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 January 2011
Selling data is truly a crime in the United States, whereby telecommunication companies are charging a premium rate for their data services. In fact, Virgin Mobile has just recently scrapped their unlimited data plan, whereby consumers will now have to opt for the ‘limited data’ plan instead.

Previously, Virgin Mobile customers can surf the internet without limitation for just $40 a month. And under the revised data plan, consumers will now be capped for 5GB of unhindered data use, whereby most likely, whenever the consumer exceeds the allocated data cap, they would be charged accordingly. Surely, charging consumers a premium rate for data is a crime!

Virgin Mobile Abandons Unlimited Data

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